It's All Gone Pete Tong


1h 30m 2004

Brief Synopsis

Frankie was one of Europe's most talented and envied DJs and a main attraction for hedonistic youth each holiday season in Ibiza, Spain. Everything about Frankie's life was over the top: the clubs, the parties, the women and the drugs. But the years of pounding music and heavy toxins took their toll

Film Details

MPAA Rating
R
Genre
Comedy
Foreign
Music
Release Date
2004
Distribution Company
Matson Films

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 30m

Synopsis

Frankie was one of Europe's most talented and envied DJs and a main attraction for hedonistic youth each holiday season in Ibiza, Spain. Everything about Frankie's life was over the top: the clubs, the parties, the women and the drugs. But the years of pounding music and heavy toxins took their toll, eventually leaving Frankie stone deaf. His fans, record deal, manager, wife and stepson soon disappeared. The good times gone, Frankie isolated himself in his villa for a year under a pile of self-pity and a mountain of drugs. Determined to pull himself together, Frankie hired a lip-reading instructor, accepting a new way of life and rediscovering the dance rhythms that had defined him. His ultimate redemption returned him to the top of the scene with a renewed connection to the almighty beat. And then--he disappeared.

Film Details

MPAA Rating
R
Genre
Comedy
Foreign
Music
Release Date
2004
Distribution Company
Matson Films

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 30m

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Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States April 29, 2005

Released in United States on Video September 20, 2005

Released in United States September 2004

Released in United States Spring April 15, 2005

Shown at Toronto International Film Festival September 9-18, 2004.

Released in United States Spring April 15, 2005

Released in United States April 29, 2005 (Los Angeles and San Francisco)

Released in United States September 2004 (Shown at Toronto International Film Festival September 9-18, 2004.)

Released in United States on Video September 20, 2005